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Gallery Talk: Vital.Vibrant.Visible | Brattleboro | April 15

Apr 8 2022
Gallery Talk: Vital.Vibrant.Visible Friday, April 15, 6-7pm
Vermont Center for Photography , 10 Green St. Brattleboro, VT
Free and open to the public
Event Details :
Rhonda Anderson (Iñupiaq-Athabascan), of Colrain MA, Western Massachusetts Commissioner on Indian Affairs, and photographer Sara Lyons of Greenfield MA, will give [continue reading]

Quick guide to Brattleboro, Vermont: 10 of the best things to see and do

Feb 11 2022
Quick guide to Brattleboro, Vermont: 10 of the best things to see and do “Close to neighboring New Hampshire and situated along the connecting West and Connecticut rivers in southeastern Vermont, Brattleboro holds its own alongside its New England counterparts. While fall foliage draws in visitors, this town has many other things to do. [continue reading]

Judge Considers Halting Vermont GMO Labeling Law

Jan 8 2015
USA Today
by Dan D’Ambrosio
Source: Bloomsberries BURLINGTON, Vt. — A federal judge is weighing whether to put the brakes on Vermont’s first-in-the-nation genetically modified organism labeling law before it even goes into effect.
Judge Christina Reiss had probing questions for both sides [continue reading]

After Vermont Passes GMO Labeling Law, Food Industry Announces Plans To Sue

May 9 2014
Huff Post
by Dave Gram
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — As hundreds cheered, Gov. Peter Shumlin signed a law Thursday that puts Vermont on the path to be the first state to require labeling of genetically modified foods and promptly announced an online fundraiser to battle expected legal challenges from the food industry. [continue reading]

Green Mountain Crossroads

Jan 8 2013
Green Mountain Crossroads offers a place for the LGBTQ community of the tri-state corner to communicate with each other.
Based out of Brattleboro, VT, it  supports the local rural LGNTQ community to become stronger, healthier and more visible in southeastern Vermont, southwestern New Hampshire, and northwestern Massachusetts.
Founded January, 2013, it [continue reading]

Brattleboro, VT

Jan 8 2010
Published by under Brattleboro
Brattleboro, VT Brattleboro is the oldest town in Vermont, established in 1723 by a blockhouse and stockade, built to defend Massachusetts during the French and Indian Wars.
The French and Indian War was followed by King George’s War in 1744. Once the wars ended, a township was established and quickly became a center [continue reading]

Southern Vermont

Dec 24 2009
Published by under Southern Vermont
The Pioneer Valley and Connecticut River Valley are bioregions, not political divisions. As such, the area encompasses Southern Vermont as well as Western Massachusetts. In Massachusetts, the area includes Franklin , Hampshire and Hampden Counties, from Greenfield to Springfield . But there are also strong [continue reading]

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